You should never detox from alcohol, benzos, or opioids on your own. This article from expert drug and alcohol counselor, Amy Sedgwick, explains why.
Common cocaine additives include baking soda, boric acid, caffeine, creatine, laundry detergent, laxatives, or local anesthetics. More on the associated risks and dangers of cutting coke with these substances here.
This article reviews Florida’s legal process, penalties, and what you can do if/when you’re caught with controlled substances in your possession.
This article aims to identify the top 11 countries with the biggest drug issue and discover precisely why these countries are in this position.
Information on the development of Ambien addiction and its treatment. Explore this section of our website to find answers about Ambien problems.
A detailed guide about how to quit ketamine safely. Learn what to expect during withdrawal here.
Alcohol can cause damage to the liver. Lifestyle change can reverse possible damage...and can help improve outcomes. A brief review of how drinking is related to cancner, cirrhosis, and liver disease here.
Relating to your addicted son or daughter is possible when you put love first. The most important thing for parents of addicted children to remember? YOU ARE NOT ALONE... unless you choose to be. Read more about how to relate to your addicted son or daughter here.
This easy-to-read graphic offers data on hydrocodone detection windows for blood, urine, saliva, and hair. Plus, find out what factors influence hydrocodone detection periods. More here.
Equine therapy shifts your focus from internal to external needs. During sessions, you will bond with a horse, help care for their needs, feed them, brush them, saddle them, clean their stall, ride them and otherwise become connected to the animal on a deeper level. More on how it can help here.
Information on how difficult the withdrawal from ecstasy is, and how you can address the symptoms here.
A guide to most of the risk factors (and the studies behdin them) that can lead to the development of a drinking problem.